Goodnow Hall

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Goodnow Hall provides suite and standard style living options for more than 600 students. Part of Kramer Complex, it has seven floors, including one floor with an academic cluster for architectural engineering students.

History

Goodnow Hall opened in 1960 as the first permanent residence hall for men, although it has since transitioned to coed. The building is named in honor of Isaac T. Goodnow, one of Manhattan's early settlers and founder of Bluemont College, the forerunner to Kansas State University.